Am 12.10.2016 um 16:13 schrieb Vladislav Solovei:
>> How many tapes have you got?
> 7
> 
>> Volume Retention Period is only for reusing the volume again, so
>> throwing away the data you backuped.
> I just want to save backups of ~7 days data. One tape per one day.
> 
>> Do you want to overwrite the tapes in the next week? I'm not sure, if
>> this makes sense.
>>
>> Alternatively you can use 7 pool, one for each day, adapt you schedule
>> to you the matching pool per day and assign the tapes to them.
> In this case i need 7 x number_of_clients job resources?

> In this case i need to define 7 x number_of_clients jobs? 
> I can't define Pool in Schedule resource 

certainly you can overwrite the pool in a schedule, see
http://doc.bareos.org/master/html/bareos-manual-main-reference.html#directiveDirScheduleRun

run = Level=Incremental pool=Monday Mon at 03:00
run = Level=Incremental pool=Tuesday Tue at 03:00
...

> 
>> Then multiple jobs can be stored on the tapes. If a tape is full, Bareos
>> will inform you and you have to replace it. You don't use Volume Use
>> Duration is this case.
> I have a HP tape autoloader, i just want to rotate tapes without manual 
> replacing.
> 


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